Friday, April 15, 2011

Russo Insider: 'Reform has no ground game troops for election day'

Friday night fights comes in the form of Grafix Avenger's fleshy vibrato Russo insider bleeding its guts on weaknesses in reform and taking great comfort in Beth Mason's husband and the bottomless checkbook.  Can't wait for the ELECs after this election, the money pit will be showing and without question, the bodies will be buried everywhere.  Is there Mason for delay (Delea) on the ELEC report front?

Here's Deep Uvula bragging away and revealing something tough to finger on Franz the "independent" in the 2nd who has no campaign website, no communications to residents and not even a campaign Facebook page.  His performance in the debates was solid and yet his reason for running seems odd since almost all of his positions on issues sound like position papers right out of Tom Greaney's campaign. 

Those idiot reform geeks don’t have a plan.  A lot of mouth, but no plan. No election day troops to get the feet in the voting booth or to walk the absentee ballots in. Greaney is all talk and no action. Kurta and that Rami guy got nothing going on. Prop up that new guy in the 2nd a little more and we get a run off, at least.  

There's one worry stated from the Old Guard Russo stalwart and it's in the 6th ward:

"That Jen girl" in the 6th ward has Deep Uvula and Team Russo "edgy."

Then there's the mouth of the 1st ward creating a problem.  MSV has learned three people heard Councilwoman Terry Castellano flapping to a resident on lower Hudson St. that not one, not two, but three reform council members met with Dwek.  Somehow she missed one when she was crying about people "picking on Mike."  For anyone who has listened to Castellano in a council meeting, this nugget has the purest ring of truth.  Echoes of Terry Castellano telling Mo Degenarro three times there was no money missing from the Parking Utility, "It's been cleared up," she claimed.

Then there's the confirmed story MSV posted on the Stevens astroturf fraternity unit, Sign Bots for Beth.  Deep Uvula says there's more dirty tricks to overcome the latest Beth Mason failure and it comes in the form of green, Russo loving evergreen:

...hiring Stevens kids to hold up posters.  Out of a bad movie. But thank god for that check book.  Sometimes you have to take some bad with the good.   Just as long as we can replace the fuck up with another play.  And we have plenty of tricks left to cover over fuck ups. 

Tim Occhipinti at the council forum getting last minute help from Director of Binder Studies Lane Bajardi.  He benefits politically by stealing credit for the Administration's work according to the Russo insider Deep Uvula.  Sidebar credit: Hoboken Splatch for aiding and abetting Occhipinti's fabricated press release on added buses.

Then there's the repeated final warning:
As I said a while ago, get ready – it is coming on ALL FRONTS! 
But the checkbook and her little man (minion) have determined that you’re going to have (to) dodge a few more (bullets). Nothing personal from us, it’s just politics. ... you really pissed them off with that Jewish group (NJDC) thing.  That did not go well at all. Made her look bad to her important friends...

Talking Ed Note: Deep Uvula is grating as we approach election day but you can hardly argue with their comments as the fleshy little nothing has been dead on accurate since it started warbling to Grafix Avenger.  For the dish and complete missive:

Beth Mason's Hate411 poison pen back on the job with latest BoE smear

After reading the report by Superintendent Mark Toback, you can glimpse the latest hate poured out in town by taking a peek at what Beth Mason's favorite local website, Hoboken411 is spewing about the BoE.

Contrast and compare that report to the smears put forth on Mason411:
(Click to enlarge.)  Hoboken411 accuses BoE members of acting on "personal vendettas."  Evidence of the libelous statement is nowhere to be found.  It continues to say a teacher was "targeted" again with not a shred of evidence.  The Superintendent report released shows something entirely different from the libel printed there.

Notice the catch all use of "critics" and the lack of any evidence in its claims.  The whole article goes on and on like that and never once does it mention any of the specific inadequacies from the Superintendent's report (available below).

Now who would be these so called anonymous critics?  That's usually the code word on Mason411 for Beth Mason's ghostwriting friend.  That's all the critics you need if it serves Beth Mason's political agenda.

How does a Superintendent's evaluation of employee efficacy in applying the laws of State of NJ constitute harassment let alone make specific members of the BoE guilty of same?  In this case the previous Superintendent has left and the new Superintendent was attempting to follow state law and prevent legal exposure the district faces with numerous bad practices.

Although MSV is still posting the final two segments of the Council forum, it's relevant to point out Beth Mason's complaint about spreading hate in the community rings hollow when her political operatives do it on a regular basis, this being only the latest example.

Her statement at a recent City Council meeting she can not control her political operative and the ensuing smear jobs against anyone who may oppose her is fallacious, disingenuous  and frankly unacceptable.

At the Council forum she replied to a question on corruption by describing her actions as ethical.  That all depends on your definition of ethical of course.

Notice you see not a word quoted from BoE members Markle and Minutillo on any of this on Beth Mason's favorite website.  Censorship there is of the utmost importance and the steely hand maintained at all times, remarkably similar to the poor actions Beth Mason has deployed as council chair in City Council meetings.  Mere coincidence or a pattern of less than democratic principle?

At the break of the Council forum Wednesday Beth Mason confers with political operative Lane Bajardi.  His ghostwriting work on Hoboken411 is a steady dose of poison pumped into the Hoboken community.  Beth Mason absolves herself of responsibility for the actions of her "friend."
In a recent City Council meeting Beth Mason complained her press releases are not printed on the City's website.  She says this with a straight face while her paid political operatives go out to smear people on Hoboken411 or more recently Hoboken Patch.  One recent example is a woman  only guilty of having worked for her as a legislative aide and then moving on to another position in municipal government more suited to her professional experience.  Just recently she was personally savaged with a host of easily disprovable lies on Hoboken411 about her work in the city, leading some to ask how much longer can the town suffer through the bile before a lawsuit is launched to put an end to it?

Beth Mason says she wants to see hate stopped being pumped into the community. Hers is a rather limited definition of hate.  On April 27th and May 10th, Hoboken residents will have a chance to vote and make their voice heard about all of it.

2nd and 5th ward City Council Forum

Here are three additional (and final) segments from the Council forum for the 2nd and 5th ward.  Part 3 is below and parts 7 and 8 with the closing remarks are at the jump.

Pt. 3

Superintendent Toback's Paula Ohaus report unplugged

One of the most unfortunate aspects of Hoboken politics is the uncanny lack of factual information in political disputes.  As far as this political dispute, the use of children for political purposes is unseemly and based on the professional report the new Superintendent Mark Toback provides, he was presented with a situation there was nothing he could do but address it in the best way possible.

After you read the report, you'll find it difficult to look at the situation here as it was reported or rather politically exploited.  The violations here with exposure to the Hoboken school district is so long, a lawyer could retire on the feast if he sat down to dine at the table that is the Hoboken school district.

Although MSV has spoken to sources who attended the meeting first hand, some people who turned this into a circus with children being props in a bad play, having not only egg on their face, they have some explaining to do.

The behavior of adults including elected officials in support of trampling existing State law should not be acceptable.  Superintendent Toback has seven pages of facts and clearly tried to address the numerous problems correctly.

A number of media sources have been provided the report.  MSV is pleased to present it in full and not see it buried.  For Hoboken parents, it's required reading.  For Hoboken residents, it's an insight to how things have been done without application of law being a worthy consideration.  In that regard, it's very enlightening.

Read it for yourself.  The document can be downloaded and shared as wished:
Superintendent Report April 12 2011-1

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